Former Pageant Contestant Speaks Out, Drops NUKE On Trump Accusers


A former Miss America contestant finally had enough of the baseless attacks against Donald Trump, so she spoke out and dropped a nuke on the women accusing him of dirty deeds in the dressing room.

Tasha Dixon alleges that Trump made pageant contestants feel rather uncomfortable when he would come “strolling right in” to the dressing rooms before the events would begin, CNN reported.


“Our first introduction to him was when we were at the dress rehearsal and half naked changing into our bikinis,” alleged the 2001 Miss Arizona. “To have the owner come waltzing in, when we’re naked, or half naked, in a very physically vulnerable position and then to have the pressure of the people that worked for him telling us to go fawn all over him, go walk up to him, talk to him, get his attention.”

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According to Dixon, there’s one reason and one reason only that Trump owned the pageant – “to utilize his power to get around beautiful women.”


However, there’s a major problem with Dixon’s allegations – most of the women who’ve ever met Trump think he’s a perfect gentleman. One of those women is former Miss America contestant Carrie Prejean Boller, who was Miss California in 2009.

In a sharp rebuke to Dixon’s claims, Boller said they were the “most disgusting” allegations she’s ever heard leveled against the billionaire.


“To paint Mr. Trump as someone who would purposely walk into a women’s dressing room and ask women to come impress him is the most disgusting accusation so far,” she said.

“Mr. Trump has empowered me as a woman, has given me career opportunities and defended me during my reign as Miss California USA,” Boller ssaid.

If you remember, Boller is the same woman who came under fire back in 2009 when she said she believed marriage to be “between a man and a woman.” She caught serious flack for her remarks, but didn’t back down then and it doesn’t look like she’s going to back down now as Trump fields heavy fire from all directions.

She was also propositioned by the New York Times to take part in a hit piece they were working on back in May. Boller refused the media outlet’s request because she didn’t want to be a part of their anti-Trump propaganda piece.

“Several reporters had reached out to me and asked to interview me, and I said that I really had nothing to say to them, and they weren’t going to get out anything out of me negatively about Donald Trump,” she said. “And they weren’t really happy with that.”

However, that didn’t stop the Times from pulling an excerpt from her book and twisting it to sound like she said something else – yellow journalism at its worst. According to Boller, all they had to do was tur the page and they would have gotten the entire story instead of one out of context remark.

“I said that most of us respect Donald Trump and he’s an amazing businessman and leader. Why didn’t they put that in the piece?” she said.

Now she’s urging other women, like herself, who have had positive experience with Trump to come forward and share their own stories with the country to counter the current blitzkrieg he’s become a victim of.

“He has helped so many women, and it’s time they come out of the woodwork and it’s time they started speaking their mind and saying how, you know, what such wonderful things that he’s done for them. So many careers, so many opportunities. He’s helped so many women, and it’s time we started standing up for him,” she said.

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